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to them? new clues this morning. >>steve: they died heroes. 30 troops including members of seal team 6 killed when their chopper was shot down by the taliban. why did the white house invite a radical muslim cleric to condemn them to hell at their own funerals? we've got that amazing story. what a disgrace. >>brian: the government just said goodbye to traditional family. here's how we know. the words mom and dad no longer allowed which is going to fire you up if you're not fired up already. so please put something on. "fox & friends" starts now. >> you're watching "fox & friends." that's a great way to begin your day. >>steve: we can still use the word mom until sunday; right? mother's day. >>brian: and then the adult who raised me. >>steve: parent number one. >>gretchen: we'll get to that politically correct story but first headlines for your friday. a british olympic gold medalist killed after his sailboat capsized in san francisco bay. here's the srao*fplt 36-year-old andrew simpson and his team were practicing for the american cup race as the boat trapped him under the water for ten
a chill up your spine. >>gretchen: new information this morning. >>steve: guess who was barely interviewed about the attack on our consolate in benghazi. hillary rodham clinton. wait till you hear why. >>brian: we've got a friend to interview from the cockpit. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: do you really need to turn off your phone? is it really going to afblgt the operation of the -- going to affect the operation of the jet aircraft? >>brian: okay, alec baldwin. now you're challenging. that's what he said. >>gretchen: the stuff i want to know is what are the signs you might be in trouble when you're on the airplane. >>brian: do you really need landing gear? can't we just skid right in? >>steve: generally you don't want to stick around for the ntsb. >>brian: i'd rather go down that spiral rather than single file. >>steve: i was actually evacuated off an airplane where the front wheels broke off. >>brian: just you? >>steve: no. me and 185 other people after a trip from hawaii. >>brian: no wonder you see ablow every day. >>gretchen: maybe that's in my headlines. o.j. simpson due back i
tried to escape before. live at the scene with exclusive new information. >>steve: the benghazi bombshells. what happened on the ground when nearby rescue teams were told to stand down and not save their fellow americans? >> it's the first time in my career that a diplomat has more balls than somebody in the military. >>steve: more of that testimony that may prove a national security coverup straight ahead. >>brian: the verdict for jodi arias is guilty. so now what? >> i said years ago that i'd rather get death than life and that still is true today. >>brian: that exclusive interview this hour. she wants death and that will all start today. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: today ariel castro expected to make his first court appearance in cleveland. the 52-year-old former bus driver, the lone brother to be charged with the kidnapping and rape of three women in his hell hole house. meantime two of the three hostages make an emotional return to their houses. that's gina dejesus giving a thumbs up in front of the crowd. right now ainsley earhardt is live on the street in clevela
missing. >>steve: chained up and separated. new details about inside that house. we've got an exclusive tour of that house's layout straight ahead. >>brian: is there a national security coverup going on in washington? could we finally get the answers? three benghazi whistle-blowers take the stand today, and what they have to say is explosive. we have a preview. >> "fox & friends" starts now. >>gretchen: we begin with a fox news alert. brand-new details emerging about that house of horrors in cleveland, ohio. three brothers arrested of cueing amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight captive for more than a decade are going to be question by local and federal law enforcement with possible charges also coming their way. this as authorities are searching the home where the women were held. tuesday police used a cadaver dog to help them in their search. police are investigating other properties in the area. this after michelle knight reportedly told them when she was first kidnapped there was another girl with her but she disappeared years later. >>steve: in particular, what the author
the last decade. we're covering all the details. if you're a parent, you want to stay tuned. >>steve: benghazi witnesses revealing even more, and what one says could shake up the obama administration big-time. what we know this morning next. >>brian: we are breaking for bargains. the cheapest cars you can now own, you can own over five years. it's revealed on our plaza. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: how could thee women live inside a house in cleveland for close to ten years without anybody knowing it? that is our fox news alert this morning. they are all out, and they are safe. they are all currently in fair condition at a cleveland area hospital. >>brian: they are amanda barry, 27 years old, abducted at 17. gina dejesus, believed to be 24. and michelle knight missing in 2000 when she was 20. people thought i think she ran away. she's 30 years old. gretchen, there is somebody else involved. there is a baby. >>gretchen: there is a six-year-old child involved as well. authorities have not said -- we have taken her identity away, but the prevailing theory is that that is amanda
-blowers are and what they want to say. >>steve: any takers? undertakers that is. cemeteries across the country refusing to bury the boston bomber. now the funeral home that took his body under fire and the owner defends himself straight ahead. >>brian: is may be monday. anna kooiman and 200 of herclosa workout that burns more calories than anything else in the history of workouts. 30 minutes. don't stand too close. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: it would make sense that we have that. if people overdid it yesterday at cinco de mayo. >>gretchen: if you do it on monday, it is easier to do it tuesday, wednesday and thursday. >>brian: anna has been talking about this turbo workout for years, decades. now she is out there doing it. >>steve: it is a little chilly. the tank tops are interesting. look at all these people. >>gretchen: i wonder if they still do it when we have the cameras go away. >>brian: do you want to put them in a box during your news update? >>steve: they're still there. >>gretchen: we'll check back in throughout the morning to see how many calories they are burning. in the meantime yo
and condoleeza rice and steve lewis, we have some firepower to the committee in the form of world champions and hall of famer and folks that have taken over part of 10 percent of super bowls and we can't thank you enough for taking this on. we hand off our final package. the one thing i want to realize is that this is a community effort. it's not just about san francisco, santa clara, san jose. it's about the entire region coming together. the reason i took on this goal is that we have amazing things had -- happening in our community and we are going to highlight these in the next six weeks and i'm also highlighting things that are not yet great. we have 1.2 million people who are too poor to meet their basic needs. what we are going to do by bringing the greatest game to the region is we are going to make this for the entire good of the community and that is why it's going to be the most impactful super bowl bid and super bowl nfl this nation has ever seen. with that i'm going to turn it over to mayor lee. >> good morning. daniel, thank you again for your wonderful leadership for aheadi
multimillionaires. what did they do to earn such a high rate of return? steve jobs dropped out of college, studied eastern religions, designed video games for atari. i received a letter from a 6-1/2-year-old boy which sums up what we've accomplished. "dear mr. jobs, "my crossword puzzle clue was, as american as apple... "i thought the answer was computer, but mom said it was pie." steve wozniak won a science fair at 12, designed computers in high school, and raised money to build one six years later. i took it with my tv to the club and demonstrated to everybody. "look how small this is, and i built it myself." atari's founder, nolan bushnell, recalls a video game they created. i had one project that everyone turned down. it was a game called breakout. finally i said, "steve, hey, do this for me." and he said, "done." wozniak wasn't on the payroll and jobs was. they worked something out in the evening. two weeks later, in a project that traditionally took months, we had a prototype. in january 1976, jobs, the promoter, began pestering wozniak, the designer, to build some printed circuit boards so
. and this morning's commute northbound 280 traffic moving well getting up to highway 17. 4:37 let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. very good morning. what a difference since we met on friday until now. rain developing. already developed up in the sierra nevada. some of that turning to snow. we are waiting for that. the low which came retro grating back. march i would believe it. may you don't see that too often. cloudy to mostly cloudy. there are breaks in the clouds. as the system sits here it will spin in afternoon heating. mostly cloudy and partly cloudy with a few breaks. i think areas far south san mateo county also toward santa cruz and toward santa clara valley as well wrapping back around. scattered showers possibility of a thundershower. 50s and 60s on the temps and the wind which was north, northeast all last week is all over the place now. more westerly but a little bit of a variable on the wind direction. you can see offshore this is what is here. nothing too much yet. you have a come by in addition -- combination of that coming around. combination of those two will give us a very
look good getting up to highway 17. 4:38 let's go to steve. >>> thank you. very good morning. if you are watching up in the sierra nevada, it looks like you are getting some rain. everything is rotating east of us. we get the low clouds in there. there is plenty of clouds and but the lows are much cooler for most. a lot of low 50s. 51, 52. there goes our low. we can say goodbye to it. one forecast low brings income if morning fog. sunny and mild. 60s and 70s. by the weekend it will be warmer. it won't be hot, hot. temperatures if -- thicker fog here in the morning. 70s to almost 80 degrees for almost. that would be ant crock and brentwood. gilroy 78 degrees. livermore 73. little warmer thursday and sunshine and warmer weather an thursday. >> thank you very much steven. >>> the san jose sharks celebrating the first playoff sweep in team history. >> last night they tied the vancouver canucks late in regulation. march low knocked in a power play goal. they have about a week off before the second round to rest up. their opponent has notelet been determined. the warriors seeking redemptio
the ground. there are plenty of people not only willing to go over the edge, they are willing to pay. steve french is one of them, the organization is a fundraiser for you guys. how much money are you hoping to raise? >> we're hoping to raise at least $50,000. >> people volunteering, they are doing what? >> our rappelers we ask them to pay in advance, get sponsors, if they reach the goal of $1,000 they get to rappel down. >> this is third time. >> biggest misconceptions for people who haven't done it before forecasts a fear point of view. >> it's not as scary as you might think. i'm afraid of heights. my first time i thought i'd be really scared. i just didn't look down. >> fourth time is the charm. i'll let aaron come in, who is a professional climber. he's with the group running this charity event. they have been doing it all all morning long. they go throughout the country and run fundraisers for people. you've got steve who is about ready to go over the edge. they are big on safety. if you look to the left while we're waiting for steve to get ready, they have tons of equipment up there.
>> and i'm dave clark. first we do to steve paulson. >> dave, pam, thank you. it still seems about the same as yesterday. not much change. the rain is almost out of the picture but still some heading toward the central valley. 60s and 70s to a few upper 70s today. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. highway 4 looks okay coming up to the willow pass grade with no major problems. you will see that traffic okay. also this morning's commute looks good on the san mateo bridge. it is 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> we have breaking news. oakland firefighters are investigating a fire at a well known bakery. ktvu was the first television news crew on the scene and tara moriarty is here now with exclusive video of this fire. tara. >> reporter: we pulled up within 15 minutes after that 911 call. when we first arrived we didn't see any flames. just heavy thick black smoke that was blowing into the parking lot making it very difficult to breathe. if you take a look behind me here you can see the pay yows sign. this is a very popular landmark and bakery that has been dishing out pies and
cook. >> and i'm dave clark. first we go to steve. is my hair going to blow in the breeze? >> steve, you need my extra hold. [ laughter ] that would be our lead story, i think. dave has a good point. there is pretty good wind up in the higher elevation. a lot of low clouds and fog too. here is sal. >>> steve, southbound 101 connector to eastbound 80 they are still clearing that injury crash. if you are trying to get on to the bay bridge eastbound don't use the central freeway. you should go downtown and get on the ramps there. also we are looking at the commute on san mateo bridge and that looks okay. now let's go back to the desk. >>> a popular restaurant in san francisco will be shut down for awhile because of an over night fire. it happened at the forbes island restaurant around 3:00 this morning. the firefighters had ha tough time putting it out since you can only get to the restaurant by boat. it features under water tining rooms and located right where the sea lions gather. the owner of the restaurant was there when the fire started. the cause of the fire that is still under i
this year. joining us is steve wang research director at reorient financial markets. welcome to you both. is this n your mind, a decisive break above 100? can we hold? >> well, certainly i think it is. the break 100 to 101.20 in eastern time zone. the timing of the breakup as well was a little surprising because on thursday in asian trade we had a fairly soft dollar trading because of the risk seen in stock markets because of cuts out of korea, australia, that pushed stocks much higher. so the dollar was soft across the board so the overnight move of the dollar/yen breaking above 100, so i think having ticking above the 100 level, as you said 101, raises line for yen and markets are betting on the yen resurfacing yet again. >> what's the target? some people with the resistance of 101.45, where do you think it can go? >> we've maintained target of 101.50 for year end, so i think with the fundamentals still propping dollar/yen intact which is basically qe and all efforts to reach 2% inflation target, we don't see why that 105 target can't get met. >> steve, you've heard the target. nikkei
freeway because there is a crash. 101 at the 80 split. let's go to steve. >>> sal,ly be at the game -- i will be at the game sunday? >> you will? >> yes, sir. >> con brats. >> looking forward to it. coastal drizzle. fog isment cooing down. there is still a lot there. i don't the coast warms up too much. 50s again. very, very cool 45. the higher clouds have moved off. within high pressure is in the away from the coast. by the coast around the bay we keep et the same. tomorrow the fog is squashed and burns off much sooner. we'll see 80s inland. morning fog, sunny. a westerly breeze. it will be warmer away from the coast today. 60s and 70s. a pretty cool day last wednesday and thursday. low 80s antioch and brentwood. 60s to 70s. livermore is 78 degrees. it will be warmer. >>> a glimmer of hope in bangladesh. the discovery made today 17 days after that garment factory collapsed. >>> he was considered the bay area's most wanted for sell weeks. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set u
i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve, another interesting forecast for today. >> for may, yes. last week it was all hot temperatures. record highs. not today we van area of -- we have an area of low pressure off the coast. there is one band coming off the sierra for rain. another one off the southwest. so partly sunny and mostly cloudy. scattered showers later today. >>> good morning. westbound 80 traffic here looks good getting up to the mccare they are maze. also the morning commute looks okay at the bay bridge. livermore there is a car fire westbound 580 near north flint. 6:01 let's go back to the desk. >>> we continue with our developing news out of san jose. evacuations have been lifted at that apartment complex where a car caught fire in an under ground garage. it happened in the --ful considers were damaged in the fire. smoke rose toward their units. it was a rude awakening for one person who's car was parked feet from the fire. >> exhausted. freaked out. just want to make sure. it's a brand new car. i want to make sure it
. but is that estimate fair? we're back with dan henniger, jason riley, and steve moore also joins the panel. jason, what do you make of the heritage report? accurate? >> i think it's incomplete. it's an incomplete look on how immigrants impact the u.s. economy. and our nation in general, not just the economy, our politics, culture, and so forth. it's -- it tries to measure a person's worth by what they pay in taxes verse us what they receive in public benefits. i not that's an overly limiting way of looking at the impact of immigrants. it doesn't take into account how they add to u.s. productivity, adds to the flexibility of our labor markets, adds to naturing consumer demand which forces businesses to hire more, produce more goods and services. all of that is left out. that's really the problem with -- with how heritage is evaluated the impact of immigrants. >> it's a static fiscal accounting almost what you pay in and what you get out identify the course of a lifetime. steve, you looked at the report in detail. what do you think are the big problems with it if indeed you think there are? >> well, you
'm dave clark. let's check weather, traffic. we go to steve first. an umbrella today? >> you might want to carry one or throw one in the back of the car. usually in may it's not what you say unless it's a really good rainy season. our system there coming back from the sierra nevada. partly to mostly cloudy. scattered showers. near 70 for many temps. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. we're looking at a live picture of interstate 880 in oakland. it looks good. masses have not hit the road really. as you are looking at the bay bridge the same thing goes, you have a wide open view and a wide open commute. 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> we do have breaking news coming in right now from san jose. flames ignite a parking garage beneath an apartment complex. janine de la vega is there at the scene where a lot of people have been left stranded outside this morning. janine. >> reporter: dave, that is right. there is still people standing out here. some of them have started to go back in in because the fire department has left some of the people. we are here at the apartment complex which
to steve. >>> thank you very much, sal. a very good morning. this low is still wrapping back in moisture. although here locally more of a westerly breeze and low clouds. the low moves out. bless you pam. i thought pam sneezed there. a little stronger breeze here in the morning. a low moves out. morning fog. sunny and breezy. 60s and 70s. we will see warmer weather by the weekend. we got high pressure building in. san francisco's forecast starting off a little cooler this morning under cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. 52. it will cool us down a little bit. yesterday was 67. we will go 65 today. just too much of a west wind and low clouds. a lot cooler lows. walnut creek. santa rosa is 52. now 53 in san francisco. they were 52. 57 san jose. most locations say cloudy. most areas also have a westerly breeze. travis to 15 miles an hour. oakland airport 9. sfo 7. overall look for a lot of low clouds in the morning and sunshine in the afternoon. still getting rain. pretty impressive for this time of year. 40s, 50s, 60s on the lows. 41 tahoe. cloudy and fog at blue canyon. morning fog, sunny, west
. >> krista: if there was any question he put doubters to rest. denny hamlin is most certainly back. steve? >> steve: kasey kahne debriefed with rick hendrick. a look at what happened between you and kyle busch. from your point of view what happened? >> we were racing car. time-warner cable chevrolet and i cleared him, you know, getting into three so i had the outside and then i saw he entered so early i knew he was going to not be able to turn when we got to the corner and i was going along. next thing i know i was spinning. felt good and the car was getting better and better as the race went. had to make adjust-s and things. three times this year me and kyle have been had contact and i have had a chance to capable of winning cars. but disappointing on the points side and on not winning the races. but that was a close race and he entered so early and just going straight for the corner. whether he hit me or just blew the air off, whatever it was, he blew his entry and i'm not real sure what he was thinking on that. >> appreciate your patience. back to krista. >> krista: with kasey kahne's
the traffic is backed up to the middle of that parking lot. 7:07. let's go to steve. >>> all right. in-between clouds. there's plenty -- plenty to the east and to the west. pretty good rain and snow mix. a couple of reports coming in. steve bridges in the keys. a rain and snow mix at lake level. 37 degrees. they had over .03 of rain. that's pretty good. we have another band right off this area, san mateo coast, also santa cruz, that might rotate in. in between we get a little bit of sun. the low responsible for it, came back from the inner mountain region. just incredible for this time of year. better late than evinner. it's more -- never. i think we'll see a buildup in the clouds and the sun helps to destabilize the atmosphere. one band coming in from the sierra and the other coming up from the southwest. 50s in the temperatures. there's that system in the sierra nevada, some of that rain turning to snow, then heading right back to sacramento. eastern solano county, napa county, lake county. you might be in line for some of that cloud cover and rain. this band, i think this is the one
's "closing bell exchange" we have brian belski. steve shacks. steve liesman sitting here next to me on the desk. also rick santelli. brian belski, we're heading towards the close. we going to close above the big milestone today? >> sure looks like it. what's nice about this current market trend, mandy, is that for years as mr. griffith and i have been talking about on the show, the markets clearly kind of changed its trend. we used to sell off the last hour. now the bull market is clearly in charge and we tend to see more buying at the end of the day. i think that's very strong on a near term basis. again, from an intermediate basis we think the market may be ahead of itself. that's what bull markets do. they run a little too high, too fast. >> two questions, mr. belski. one, is that google glass you're wearing there? number two, when last i checked your objective for the s&p for this year was 1575. have you revised that? >> we have not, bill. we're still very comfortable with 1575. we think the market, at least on a near term basis, may be ahead of itself. we do not like the adage.
a full panel joining me. steve schmidt. and eugene robinson, thank you for joining me. i want to go to the south carolina ns. we heard him talk about grace and shared humanity and making his bid as communing with the convenience store worker. eugene, as someone who understands mark sanford's legacy, when he was governor did he tear about the poor and working poor, did his policies reflect that? >> not exactly, alex, not exactly, no. he is doing now what he managed not to do through most of the campaign, which is kind of make it all about him and his personal redemption. he started his campaign that way, that's how i think elizabeth colbert busch managed to get a ten point lead at one point. then he started talking about other things and kind of more or less republican talking points and that district which is heavily republican, he won. so welcome back to congress and i don't know if the people of sc won tonight but i think journalism probably did. >> that is for sure. nia, i think it will surprise many that mark sanford wasn't running against nancy pelosi. he talked more about nanc
clearing out from that earlier crash near vargas road. but the traffic is recovering. let's go to steve. >>> thank you sal. a lot of gray over the bay. this is moving out, though. you can see the last few frames, it's starting to really accelerate into the central area. although it's wrapping back around, we could occasionally get some rain. you can see some of it pinwheeling off the sierra nevada. that could give us a stray shower or two. most of this seems to be favoring the sacramento area. cloudy to mostly cloudy. yesterday was the main prime time. the low was parked off the california coast. actually right off the san mateo coast. it's accelerating out of the picture. as it does, it takes most of its rain with it. we had a pattern as that low dropped in. we went from very hot. temperatures dropped about 25 degrees. we level off today and tomorrow and we start a slow warmup. but the low still hanging around. as it moves, it takes moisture with it. i will mention a few showers. could get a few buildups but the main energy looks to be east and the south. a little bit to the north. we'
of those terror attacks that killed four americans last fall. now, you remember steve hayes broke this news on sunday. but nobody paid attention to him. because he is, you know, with the "weekly standard," right? vow to wait until abc news reports it to be real news.ere. we reported it all week. he got his hands on the original talking points and showed us all how they had been modified repeatedly at the behest of victoria newland the state department spokeswoman who was not satisfied with the references therein to al qaeda and islamic extremist and the warnings the cia provided about how dangerous benghazi had become. all scrubbed, scrubbed, scrubbed. so now abc reports on it and expands on it in john karl's defense he did a good job. so now it's news. people are getting a little nervous. you add to that the whistleblower testimony this week on capitol hill. those three state department employees taking an oath to tell the truth on what happened during that night of terror on september 11th that left four americans dead. and now they are coming under attack. gregory hicks, one of the main
's go to steve. >>> is that backed up for the 680 split >> almost, not quite. >>> it left behind a few 60s and a few light showers, well, the possibility of a shower to exist and that low is moving already in central california, it will fly out and now the wrap around could still hit us, up in the sierra nevada, the lee settles. mostly cloudy and not much of a breeze to wipe it out. kind of a mild and muggy afternoon. upper 50s to near 60s, temperatures are stuck and nothing has changed there. still some rain snow mix, everything is coming back, going from east to west, so occasionally it may wrap back around us. and it may be tough to burn off, 50s all the way back to southern california and partly cloudy, it will be half that, once the lows move in, we are done. but it is not much of a difference here and we will level off and keep it here and we may have to do with clearing and then slow warming thursday and into the weekend. >>> all right, 6:13 is the time right now. pg&e could be facing a record- breaking fine and the reason some say that penalty does not make sense. >>> also, a h
. >> let's check weather and traffic... >> steve knows about our forecast. >> thank you. >> a lot of low clouds in place, yesterday everybody said cloudy and that's the way it was, still a lot of high cloud desk, away from the coast, here is more. >>> traffic looks good coming up to the willow pass grade and also looking at the commute on the sunole grade. >>> there is a developing story we first told you about 4:30 this morning. san jose police arrested a man in connection with a stabbing at a late night birthday party. here is more where the manhunt took place just hours ago, janine de la vega? >> reporter: that's right, right now police are still in door park and they are still searching for the weapon that was used in the stabbing. they have caught the suspect, but a man was stabbed at 11:5 this morning and was celebrating his 21st birthday in the area of san jose. the suspect ran away and after interviewing witnesses police started searching door to door and after three hours, they found the suspect hiding in the community pool area and here is what they said. >> the suspect stabbed
, but 580 is not doing that well. let's go to steve. >>> most areas have low clouds and most have those left over, a few high clouds and there could be a little drizzle which is not associated with the low, 51 and santa rosa and san rafael, by the way, they have a southwest wind gusting to 225, redwood city, san francisco, 53, so it is a cool morning along with a westerly breeze and lorraine moves out -- the rain moves out as high pressure builds and we will carry that into the weekend and sunday looks to be the warmest day. you can see the low cloud deck and high cloud desk will be in the picture. they are pushing off a west wind and that tells you, there is a pretty good sea breeze, a few upper 70s and that's out towards oakly and i think you will see 60s and 70s. >> tomorrow does look warmer, and it can be thick as the warmer weather goes into the weekend. >>> the new report that puts healthcare facilities under the microscope. >>> also reports of a man and woman going overboard, what those rescue crews are doing right now to try to find them. ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] [ female announcer ]
fair? we're back with our panel. steve moore also joins the panel. jason, what do you make of this heritage report? >> i think it's incomplete look on how immigrants impact on the u.s. economy and our nation in general. our politics and culture and so forth. it tries to measure a person's worth by what they pay in taxes by what they receive in public benefits. that is an overly limiting way of looking at immigrants. it's not looking at how they add to the flexibility of our labor market and increasing consumer dand that forces businesses to hire more for good and services. that is how the problem with how they have evaluated it. >> paul: it's what you pay in and what you get out over the course of a lifetime. steve, so you looked at the report in detail. what are the big problems with it if, indeed, you think there are? >> i don't think there is a lot of disagreement among economists that immigration is good for the u.s. economy. you've got all the advantages that jason mentioned, immigrants start businesses. they come when they are young. they are hardworking and all those
. >> john: i'm joined by p.j. crowley, professor at and by steve clemons. can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections tuberculosis lymphoma, other cancers, >> i think this could all very well be a dispute intact ticks. if you should have sent special forces you wants in tripoli when you may be abandoning an event that might be subject to a siege as well. what i don't think the american public got from the white house was a fair accounting from some of these different perspectives. that's not necessarily something that was a conscious decision by the white house but i do think that the tendency to resist disclosure of information has fed the notion that there is a conspiracy here when they tonight feel there is. i learned a lot from gregory hicks that i didn't know today. and i think those who ha
i'm pam cook. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather, traffic, steve, do we need a jacket or sweater this >> i would. it's chilly out there this morning. inland temps will start to warm up. it's one of the days you start out man it's cool but today it's rather warm. unless you are down toward santa cruz or capitola it will be cool. 50s and 60s upper 70s and low 80s. >>> westbound 24 that traffic looks okay driving between walnut creek and oakland to the caldecott tunnel. there is a crash in san jose reported. this is westbound 80 as you head out to the mccarthur maze. the traffic is moving along relatively well. five cars with injuries. we'll tell you more about that coming up. now let's go back to dave and pam. >>> starting with developing news from san jose a van has crashed into one of the bay area's biggest hospitals. ktvu janine de la vega is joining us live from the santa clara valley medical center. what just happened janine? >> reporter: we are hearing at 4:00 a.m. we are told by a nursing supervisor here that a van actually crashed into a window near the
far because black stone -- we didn't ask steve about it yesterday, steve schwartzman here, they came in and said, this is crazy. >> maybe if carl was here, he could explain it. i don't get it. don't make sense. i leave a shell of a company levered up with debt. you think this is a company worth saving, reinvest the cash. if you don't, take it out and leave it an empty shell like that. >> if you're playing for a shorter term outlook -- >> sure. >> -- take the 12 bucks, you get 1.65 left over, maybe that turns into 2 or 3 -- >> or maybe it turns into nothing. >> or maybe it turns into nothing. that's the gam pell. southeastern, his partner in all of this, is in the stock at $16, $17. so there's a lot of people out there -- >> that's why. the partners are not going to make any money off of this deal unless they -- >> so, they need to do something. frankly, they're willing to take that risk at this point because they're already in a lilosing position. >> i bet they are. what about the rest of the shareholders? >> in this case, southeastern and carl icahn say they would not take any cash
warnings about gusts on the span and that looks very good. at 447, let's go to steve. >>> some questionable calls... >> david stern is on the phone for you. >>> it is going to be a cool week because a series of systems are coming in and it will ramp up that fog over the next 24 hours and the fog is there and by tonight we'll see the drizzle coming in and by tuesday morning, if by chance you are by the coast, you can always tweet me, it is very, very easy. the system will continue to fall apart, you can ram it up towards fairfield, 58 and san jose is 55. walnut creek is also 52. west wind they were 88 yesterday and i think they will be 85 today. northwest wind, that is a cooler pattern as long as it holds. 41 up in lake it who, there you go today is the day. it is still flying with the coastal hills and morning fog then sunny and a stronger sea breeze and 60s to 90s and this will be the warm muchest day of the week, -- warmest day of the week. >>> they took off from escondido and louie was the first winner of the first stage. then on friday riders will hit the bay area for stage 6 and this i
, let's go to steve. >> sal? >> yes, sir. >> i know you had your book club meeting. i couldn't make it. i was gardening. >> look at that, steve! very nice! >> it was amazing. it was a lot of fun. i know the first half some of those calls were a little dicey, especially my buddy mike. worst calls ever. nelson, ready? that's not yours. cassie jean said yes, i can confirm drizzle. there's local drizzle. inland, it will still be sunny and warm. not as hot. there will be a few locations that will probably be upper 80s to near 90. clearlake weeing one. 46 in clearlake. drizzle is here. i think it will pick up late tonight, tomorrow. there's a low forming lack there. you can see the water viper. it shows you all of the -- viper. it shows you vapor. it shows you all of the ripples. 50s for mainly. n francisco was 53 last hour. they were 52 about an hour ago. on the cool side with a lot of fog. 40s to 80. 54 ukiah. 80 already in palm springs. the fog is held in check. having a hard time clearing the coastal hills. by tonight/tomorrow, it will lift and the rest of the week looks like a significa
deeper into this thread all day long on "markets now." next hour, dennis kneale one-on-one with steve ward to talk more on it. i look at steve jobs. stock plays coming up. what does steve jobs have to do with this whole thing? the idea the apple cofounder has been pushing product with the iphone and what have you so early, were we ready? the steve jobs effect coming up in 15 minutes. dagen: talking about us being at war in terms of cyber war. now onto the market and the economy. cyber threats posing a concern for investors or not? chief global economist at principal global investors overseeing almost $300 million in assets. good to see you. is this risk at all stretc strud into the market at this point? >> probably not too much. there are three ways that could affect the economy, and it is unfortunate the two largest economies in the world might be engaged in this. the first is there is uncertainty in the markets it creates, you just don't know what it is going to, how it is going to turn out or what might be the impact of that. secondly there'll be a cost to businesses as they have t
and not the tablet stuff that you want to get into right now. >> he thinks so too. steve ballmer described to me in the fall right before the windows 8 launch. so really with one experience for the user, you can span a device that looks like a desktop. you can work on a device that looks like a laptop, and the keyboard detaches or you can work on a device that never came with the keyboard at all and just looks like a tablet. >> some users do want slightly different approaches and one more like a traditional pc and another one like a tablet and we'll see if the updates make pc users and pc buyers warm up to windows 8. it might slow the pc's decline. >> john, thanks so much, reporting from silicon valley. you know, when steve ballmer introduced this product in october, he said this is a bet the company moment and now to have to rethink it -- >> yeah, this is a big thing. >> the company that has had a hard time staying out of the own way in many ways. >> when we come back, if online sales are taxed, would it change the way you shop? we have both sides of this very hot debate that's dividing congres
, steve hartman "on the road" measures the depth of one woman's love for a child she could not keep. >> she's our baby. she was our baby the moment we looked at her. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the internal revenue service admitted today that some of its employees targeted conservative political groups for extra scrutiny, in violation of its own policy and despite its earlier denials. the groups were applying for tax-exempt status. the i.r.s. says that the agency found out about the targeting last year. now the inspectors general of the treasury department and the i.r.s. are investigating and so is chip reid. >> reporter: tom zawistowski is head of the portage county, ohio, tea party which applied for tax-exempt status with the i.r.s. in 2009. >> it was really a nightmare. >> reporter: he says over three years he was repeatedly asked for more documents, totaling thousands of pages. >> they came back with requests for -- give us a list of all your members. tell us every politician that ever spoke to your group
cook. steve, do you want to check on the weather? >> yes, it is cool, sunny and warm and it depends on what you like but if you want a cool pattern this could be the week for you and temperatures are on their way down, 60s to near 90, here is sal. >>> we have a crowd you had bay bridge toll plaza and here is the crash reported in the east bay on westbound 580 and we will have more coming up in just a few, let's go back to the desk. >>> leila fowler, her 12-year- old brother is charged in the stabbing death of his 8-year- old sister and grieve counselors will be at schools after this stunning arrest, alex? >> another blow in this community and you can imagine the news of this arrest will be difficult especially for children who may have been friends with this young man who was taken into custody bay authorities in this area. we understand there will be grieve counselors here where leila fowler's brother is a student. the 12-year-old boy who is not being identified at this point was arrested over the weekend for the stabbing death of his 8- year-old sister. she was killed a little mor
-rig and traffic may start backing up there, 6:09 let's go to steve. >>> thank you for clarifying that, but the wind has picked up for some. it is still held in check and high pressure is holding its stamp on it and morning drizzle a little cooler and much, much cooler is the extent of this week. by friday, we'll see a 20- degree drop. weak system coming in and that will not do too much. there is a series of lows right there. hee there coming out of e askaand this will knock the ridge of high pressure out of there. 45 novato, 49 santa rosa, reporting some fog, 53 in san francisco, san jose, 52 and walnut creek, gusting to 28 miles per hour. oakland downtown airport, easterly breeze an "f" s o has a -- and fso has a calm condition and in the middle of the area, 34 degrees, coldest low ever, i mean there are really cool readings while we sit here except for by the coast. and in lake tahoe, 40-degree spread, they are held in check and they will really get helped in the next few days. it will still be warm to hot inland depending on your definition, i know what you are saying. sonoma 85,
the proposed new law. steve dobianco is executive director of net choice, an association of retailers including ebay working to oppose it. to both of you, great to have you on the show. david, i'll start with your side, first of all, why you think taxing internet sales is a good idea. >> well, you know, it's all about a level playing field. the business of retail is changing, and channels of distribution are converging. but we believe retail is retail. a sale is a sale. and fair is fair. >> steve, on the other side of that you represent some of the retailers who i would imagine would lose out from this like ebay. and they oppose this new tax. >> yeah. it's funny, when the largest retailers in the country spend millions lobbying for a bill that's about fairness and level playing field, i think you need to hold on to your wallet. especially if you're a small to medium sized business that would have to face tax auditors from 46 different states if this were to become law. >> okay. it becomes cumbersome. that's not the issue. the issue is if a sale occurs, a sale of some kind, shouldn't it be taxed
served in the state department and the national security council staff. and steve clemons, who writes on foreign affairs as editor-at- large at the "atlantic" magazine. mish dunn, let's start with you. what is behind israel's strikes into syria? what are they after. >> the israeli strikes intended to eliminate missiles that were shipped from iran to hezbollah to be put into lebanon because these missiles would have brought about a qualitative change in hezbollah's capability, particularly they have much more precise targeting ability than the missiles that hezbollah currently has in lebanon, and they also can carry a bigger payload. so do greater damage inside israel if they were used. >> you see it as a fairly narrow or limited project or effort? >> yes. this is the second time that israel has done this. israel carried out an air strike previously against some other missiles that were on their way to hezbollah. this, of course, though was a larger attack. it was inside damascus and the damascus area. it caused significant casualties, more than 40 syrian soldiers killed. and i also th
. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> meanwhile, our steve liesman has been breaking down the consumer credit numbers, which flashed on the screen. steve, what's your take. >> maria, consumers giving the plastic a break in the month of march. the consumer credit number, which took in all the credit except for real estate, consumer credit rising just 8 million in march, about half the expectation of economists, who are looking at $15.5 billion. the 3.4% monthly gain, the smallest since july of 2012. not particularly concerned about a one-month trend, they did revise up, february, if it continues, maybe we're seeing the consumer, renewed concerns about his or her finances. reinvolving credit declined 2.9%. nonrevolving credit rose 5.9%. that's autos and student loans. and of course, student loans are the fastest growing part of consumer credit, with the federal government providing billions of dollars of new loans on the month. revolving credit from the banks fell for the third straight month. we saw a bit of that yesterday, bill, in the senior loan officer survey, that banks are not really ope
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